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Nov 7, 2012 12:00am EST
to medical marijn. taxation issues in california, two big tax issues. >> in many, many years. she was behind this. proposition 38. if if you only made $7,000 a year, she wanted your taxes to go up for 12 years to pay for educatio education. we are still waiting to get a more definitive answer there. guys back to you. >> and more on the tax issues in california. >> maria, this has been a huge issue here, because governor brown has said that if his tax hike didn't pass it would mean $6 billion in cuts to education that will happen almost immediately. we will have to see if he makes good on the threats. he says he has nowhere else to cut. if it does pass, it will make california's highest tax rate the highest in the land. millionaires will have to pay 13.3% state income taxes. it would raise the sales tax and raise anywhere from $35 billion to $50 billion over $100 million in lobbying on both sides went into this proposition. at the moment the state says with 17% of the precincts reporting it is trailing. we still have a long night ahead. >> basically part of the security detail just came along
CNBC
Nov 15, 2012 9:00am EST
, california, last night since the resignation of windows guru. when asked about it he said sinofsky made one of the most amazing contributions anyone's made to any company. when discussing sales. surface tablet, vollmer said many people are having their
CNBC
Nov 13, 2012 6:00am EST
to set up offices in chicago, first of all, or california, and i don't know who are the people who are going to staff and man those offices to actually trade on behalf of somebody, it's not clear to me how this works. it may very well be that when you have a massive superstorm the size of sandy that knocks out an entire coast or region that it's almost impossible to have true contingency planning. >> two things. good point. first of all, you do need to have some senior people who aren't necessarily located in the proximity of devastation. yes, you do need some senior people but in this circumstance, this is one of the things we learned, andrew, is that since they weren't sure the large traders weren't sure about whether or not they could enter the orders into the new york stock exchange, they actually sent people to archipelago to try to work on the computers, in the middle of this storm, so just a really sort of a cluster and hopefully we can do better in the future. >> what happened to your own next -- isn't this a transatlantic company that has platforms on both sides of the oce
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